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Parliamentary education discusses three proposals to resolve the crisis of delaying official working

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Post by rocky on Tue 03 Dec 2019, 8:00 am


Parliamentary education discusses three proposals to resolve the crisis of delaying official working hours due to strike

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The Committee for the Education of Parliament, on Tuesday, the existence of three proposals to resolve the crisis of delaying official working hours in the country's schools, which witnessed a strike and irregularity for more than two months.
The committee member Raad Al-Maksousi said in a statement to Al-Maaloumeh that the Education Committee met with the technical agent of the Ministry of Education to discuss the proposal to cancel the half-year holiday and extend the official working hours for one month to complete the curriculum and not to endanger the fate of the students. Regular working hours. ”
He added that "the ministry may resort to cancel the holiday on Saturday after the second half of the school year in case of insufficient time to complete the curriculum," noting that "the Education Committee is keen to receive students and work to achieve enough time to complete their curricula, especially students of the end grades." .
It is noteworthy that most schools in the capital Baghdad and the central and southern provinces have been on strike for more than two months in solidarity with the demonstrators and protesters to achieve their reform demands.


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